Add support for custom CSS for styling panels for MultiExcerpt Include

Description

The MultiExcerpt Include macro has a feature to allow the included content to be included in a panel that is styled using the "panel" class from Confluence.

This is a request to allow content creators to set custom CSS styling for a panel on a MultiExcerpt Include. Custom CSS can be added to a Confluence site: Styling Confluence with CSS

Details of the current implemenation:

  • We style the panel using the "panel" class from Confluence so, yes, we use the panel classes.

  • We also style the header in the panel, which contains the title of the MultiExcerpt that is being included. It uses the "panelHeader" class from Confluence.

  • We also style the content in the panel, which contains the content of the MultiExcerpt that is being included. It uses the "panelContent" class from Confluence.

Once you have an ME-Include that uses a panel you can use the Developer Console of your browser to see the styled markup, like:

Freshdesk Tickets

None

Create a Support Ticket

Activity

Show:
Ture Hoefner
September 2, 2020, 2:05 PM

is a duplicate of this bug for the styling of ME-Include panel macros. can be used for custom styling of ME and ME-Include without panels.

Assignee

Ivan A.

Reporter

Ture Hoefner

Labels

Product

None

Priority

Minor